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Poster: cream-puff-war Date: May 15, 2007 9:22pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: A Trove Of Treasure Revisited

Also on taper's section, as far as I know previously uncirculated, from 1966 - there's a tasty version of "Mindbender" - a Great Society-style lead break kicks in at around 70 seconds in.

Mindbender link

here's news from David at the vault on upcoming stuff:

Grateful Dead Vault wrote:
Good news: I have a good chunk of 6/6/70 coming up from the Fillmore West in a few weeks. Two chunks, actually. Be sure to check in then. The August shows aren't in there, and nor is the video of 10/4/70.



Thanks for writing back!

I was at the Friday April 10th 1970 FW show, with Miles Davis. My first live r&r show.

Also the June 4th and June 6th FW show and the 8-17-1970 FW show.
I'd know these if I heard them, from the banter unique to those nights - hope you can turn those up.

I also went to the 10-4-1970 Winterland show, well-represented on audio tape - don't suppose the video tape (it was on KQED that night) was saved?

Grateful Dead Vault wrote:

There are indeed many, many 1970 shows missing from the vault. Which ones were you at? I'll dig in and see if they're there.

Thanks for writing.



Listening now to the 5-14-1970 New Speedway>St.Stephen. Thanks.

Always enjoy hearing rare stuff from 1970, as well as my favorite era - '66 - '68 ('69 ok!).

Attended my 1st live shows in 1970, saw 5 GD shows that year at least. Some of the shows from that year at the the Fillmore West (Carousel) don't circulate. I hope someday more will be found from those shows, I recall some peak performances haven't heard since.


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Poster: Arbuthnot Date: May 16, 2007 3:54pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: A Trove Of Treasure Revisited

cream-puff ... very much appreciate the post, as it verifies for me (and others) the communicativeness of David Lemieux at deadnet, how the relationship is not antagonistic and never was ... cheers, Arbuthnot